2011 Challenger SRT8 Initial Track Test

2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8 6.4L HEMI testing at CMP. This was a very early step in our development of a GRAND-AM road racing Challenger for the 2011 season. Mike Skeen is a machine and ticked off a 1:47.3 on OEM tires on his 2nd lap out. We were not expecting those lap times from a 4100 pound car on street tires! Sorry there is not better engine audio, we set up the outboard cams wrong and got nothing but wind noise. We'll be back at the track soon and you can rest assured we'll get you that sweet HEMI music you want. More information is always available at www.atlanticautosport.com.

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